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German
30 June 1975 (43)

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6 (3.3%)
27 (15%)
6 (3.3%)
0 (0%)
1st
11
180
180
329 (1.8 points per race avg)
9166
401 (4.4%)
1 (0.6%)
58 (32.2%)
1997 Australian Grand Prix
2007 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Ralf Schumacher

Ralf Schumacher (born 30 June 1975) is a German former racing driver. He is the younger brother of seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher and the pair are the only siblings to win Formula One races.

Schumacher began karting at the age of three and achieved early success before making the transition to automobile racing in the German Formula Three Championship and the Formula Nippon series. He first drove in Formula One with Jordan Grand Prix for the 1997 season. Schumacher moved to the Williams F1 team in 1999, finishing 6th in the Drivers' Championship that year. He won his first Grand Prix in 2001, en route to 4th place in the Drivers' Championship, and subsequently won five more races over the course of two years.

Schumacher left Williams at the end of 2004 and joined Toyota Racing in 2005. However, his performance throughout 2006 and 2007 resulted in Schumacher leaving Formula One, as a result of internal pressure. After leaving Formula One, Schumacher joined the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters in 2008, achieving minor success, and retired from motorsport at the end of 2012 to enter a managerial role within DTM, mentoring young drivers.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
1997 Giancarlo Fisichella
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1998 Damon Hill
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1999 Alessandro Zanardi
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2000 Jenson Button
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2001 Juan Pablo Montoya
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2002 Juan Pablo Montoya
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2003 Juan Pablo Montoya
Marc Gené
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2004 Juan Pablo Montoya
Marc Gené
Antônio Pizzonia
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2005 Jarno Trulli
Ricardo Zonta
Toyota compare 2005
2006 Jarno Trulli
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2007 Jarno Trulli
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Schumacher, the son of seven-time F1 world champion and Ferrari legend Michael, steps up to Formula 2 this year with Prema Racing.<br>The 2018 European Formula 3 champion was named a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy last weekend.<br>It is understood that Mick will join All Road Management, the company founded by Nicolas Todt – whose father Jean was team boss at Ferrari when Michael ...

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As reported by Motorsport.com earlier this week, the reigning European Formula 3 champion had been close to formalising his entry into the Ferrari Driver Academy.<br>Ferrari has now confirmed Schumacher’s FDA deal, and announced that he will be joined by fellow Formula 2 racers Callum Ilott and Giuliano Alesi, plus Marcus Armstrong, Robert Shwartzman, Enzo Fittipaldi and Gianluca Petecof.<br>F2 ...

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The 2018 European Formula 3 champion has courted the interest of F1's biggest teams since clinching his maiden car-racing title last season.<br>Schumacher's father won five of his world championships with Ferrari in a dominant spell from 2000 to 2004.<br>He spent 11 seasons with the famous Italian manufacturer, joining them in 1996 before retiring for the first time at the end of the 2006 ...

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Schumacher drove this very car, chassis number 215, in the first two flyaway races of the 2002 season before switching to the F2002 and going on to win his fifth title.<br>In total, the F2001 and its ‘B’ variant started 20 races – winning 10 of them, with 13 pole positions and three fastest laps. Between Michael and Rubens Barrichello, they scored 26 podium finishes, 16 front row starts ...

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Schumacher came out of retirement to join the relaunched works Mercedes project in 2010 and although his three-year stint with the team featured just one podium finish, Wolff said his contribution had been felt during Mercedes' subsequent run of F1 championship wins.<br>"Michael is one of the founding fathers of the success we have had in the last five years," said Wolff.<br>"There is no other ...

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Hamilton wrapped up a fifth world title this year with a season that featured a joint-personal best tally of 11 wins from 21 races, despite increased opposition from Ferrari and, late on, Red Bull. <br>F1 managing director of motorsport Brawn highlighted Hamilton’s “quite exceptional” pole lap in Singapore, where Mercedes was expected to be third-best before Hamilton topped qualifying and ...

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In this video, F1 Racing editor Ben Anderson is joined by associate editor James Roberts to discuss with Symonds, who is now F1's Chief Technical Officer, the lasting impact and legacy that Michael left on the sport. In it, they talk about how Schumacher broke the mould in terms of what it meant to be a Formula 1 driver – unprecedented levels of fitness, commitment, attention to detail and a ...

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Seven-time world champion Schumacher raced for Mercedes in sportscars before stepping up to F1 and joined the manufacturer for his return to grand prix racing from 2010 to 2012.  His son Mick clinched the European Formula 3 title this season, his first championship success in car racing.  Mick Schumacher is not officially affiliated with any F1 team but used Mercedes engines in F3 ...

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Seven-time world champion Schumacher raced for Mercedes in sportscars before stepping up to F1 and joined the manufacturer for his return to grand prix racing from 2010 to 2012.  His son Mick clinched the European Formula 3 title this season, his first championship success in car racing.  Mick Schumacher is not officially affiliated with any F1 team but used Mercedes engines in F3 ...

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Hamilton moved level with Juan Manuel Fangio on five titles with his latest championship victory last Sunday in Mexico, which means only seven-time Schumacher stands ahead of him in the all-time list. Roll of honour: Gallery: All 33 Formula 1 world champions With 71 wins and 132 podiums Hamilton is zeroing in on the German’s win (91) and podium (155) records, having long ...

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Hamilton’s success, which means he has equalled Juan Manuel Fangio as a five-time world champion, prompted former rival and 2016 champion Nico Rosberg to suggest the Mercedes driver can realistically surpass Michael Schumacher’s records of 91 race wins and seven titles. Autosport’s Glenn Freeman is joined by F1 Racing’s Stuart Codling and Ben Anderson to explain why F1’s current ...

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Hamilton sealed his fifth world title in the Mexican Grand Prix, and he currently has 71 wins to his name, and another two years on his deal with Mercedes. Read Also: The 10 moments that decided the 2018 F1 title "For Lewis now, with five titles, unbelievable," said 2016 world champion Rosberg, in a message of congratulations he posted on his YouTube channel after the ...

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Mick Schumacher clinched the European Formula 3 title last weekend, his first championship success in car racing having previously finished runner-up in Italian and German Formula 4. Hamilton said the achievements of the 19-year-old's famous father, the most successful driver in F1 history, would not pile too much pressure on. "I don't think it will a burden," said Hamilton. "There will 100% ...

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Ticktum, who is part of the Red Bull Junior Team, has featured right at the sharp end of the F3 championship battle all throughout his rookie season but looks set to miss out on the title to Schumacher. The German racer, son of seven-time F1 champion Michael, was eighth in the standings halfway into the campaign, but a remarkable turnaround in performances – which included five wins in the ... ...

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The junior Schumacher currently lies second behind Dan Ticktum in the FIA F3 Championship, having won six races with Prema, including all three at the last event at the Nurburgring. The family connections have long made Schumacher an obvious candidate for Ferrari’s Young Driver Academy, although thus far he had remained independent, with no direct links to any F1 teams. Arrivabene stressed ... ...

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Boom and bust: that was Ferrari's way. From the peaks, the view was breathtaking. Ascari, Fangio, Hawthorn, Hill, Surtees, Lauda, Scheckter... these were the blessed members of Formula 1's most exclusive club, all having filled their lungs with the heady, rarefied air as Ferrari world champions. Yet, almost to a man, the oxygen turned sour on the inevitable plummeting descent. Backstabbing ... ...

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Widespread reports over recent days suggested that Schumacher's family was poised to move away from its current residency in Switzerland and relocate to Mallorca. This came on the back of it emerging that the family had purchased a new house on the Spanish island. However, Schumacher's management quickly moved to deny the reports that Schumacher would be leaving Switzerland. His ... ...

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Widespread reports over recent days suggested that Schumacher's family was poised to move away from its current residency in Switzerland and relocate to Mallorca. This came on the back of it emerging that the family had purchased a new house on the Spanish island. However, Schumacher's management quickly moved to deny the reports that Schumacher would be leaving Switzerland. His ... ...

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The career of the seven-time Formula 1 world champion, who continues to recuperate from a head injury sustained in a skiing accident in December 2013, is being celebrated with a selection of his cars, trophies, helmets and race suits from his two decades racing in F1.As well as seven Ferraris, the exhibition includes his title-winning Benettons and the Jordan he made his Grand Prix ...

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Spectacular, unexpected victories founded on dramatic passes and opportunism have become Daniel Ricciardo's Formula 1 stock in trade. So perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise that what was on course to be a dominant first Monaco Grand Prix victory from pole position turned into something else entirely when he lost 161bhp worth of electrical power and was forced into a rearguard ...

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Sebastian Vettel would properly cherish a world championship won in a Ferrari.Of all the drivers racing on the 2018 grid, he'd get it more than any of them. To join the canon; to add to his Red Bull haul with F1's greatest team and equal Fangio's title tally of five; to follow in the wheel tracks of his friend and countryman Michael Schumacher; and to achieve what Fernando Alonso ...

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